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Complete the attached, 2 part worksheet. Include APA citations for information found throughout the worksheet--in both the timeline as well as the matrix on page 2, as well as references on the last page. Do not plagiarize please.

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Islamic and Byzantine Civilizations Worksheet HST/275 Version 2 1 University of Phoenix Material Islamic and Byzantine Civilizations Worksheet Part I: Timeline Create a timeline of the Islamic and Byzantine civilizations, listing any major events in each civilization’s history. You may create your own timeline using Microsoft® Word or you may use any of the timeline creators online. However, if you use an online resource, you must provide a web link to the completed timelines or a screenshot of your timelines. You may also use the University of Phoenix Timeline Builder. Please use citations for any information that is taken from other sources, and provide a list of your references at the end of the assignment. Copyright © 2015 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Islamic and Byzantine Civilizations Worksheet HST/275 Version 2 2 Part II: Cultural Contributions Complete the following matrix with at least one element for each category. Civilization Intellectual Contributions Artistic Forms or Contributions Architecture Religious Beliefs Traditions Islamic Byzantine Answers in the matrix do not need to be in complete sentences. Please use citations for any information that is taken from other sources, and provide a list of your references at the end of the assignment. Copyright © 2015 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved.
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Create a timeline of the Islamic and Byzantine civilizations, listing any major events in each civilization’s
history.
Islamic Civilization 570 C.E –
570 CE – Prophet Muhammad is born from a noble family in Mecca.
622 CE – The Islamic era begins as Prophet Muhammad travels to the city of Medina and he writes a constitution
that will become a guidance and foundation of Muslim civilization.
630 CE – Many of the citizens of Mecca accepted Islam during the triumphant return of Muhammad into the City
and he destroyed all the idols in Mecca and rededicated the place into worship of Allah.
633 CE – The first Caliphate of Muslim Abu Bakr is elected to succeed Muhammad after he dies from a prolonged
illness (Meri, 2005).
655 CE – Islam is spread in many parts of North Africa including Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia etc.
732 CE – During the Battle of Tours the Muslim lost the war and eventually their control over Europe came to an
end.
1258 CE – Bangdad was captured by Mongols where the last of the Muslim Caliph was killed Imam Ali.
Byzantine 330 AD – 1453 AD
330 AD – Constantinople becomes the first capital city of the empire of Byzantine.
395 AD – Division of the Roman Empire into Constantinople and Rome.
693 AD – The Muslims attack and defeated the City of Constantinople.
1347 AD – The Byzantine empire was destroyed completely across Asia and Europe due to the Black Death plague.
1453 AD – The Byzantine Empire came to an end when they were attacked by Ottomans and took down the City of
Constantinople.

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Part II: Cultural Contributions
Complete the following matrix with at least one element for each category.
Civilization

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